WICHITA FALLS, Tx (RNN Texoma) - A Wichita Falls man arrested in early July after allegedly breaking into an apartment maintenance shed now has four additional charges from burglaries that happened in June.
David Charles Jones, 28, was already in the Wichita County Jail and was served one of the warrants on Wednesday, and the remaining three on Thursday.
According to police, the first warrant was for a burglary that occurred sometime between June 16 and 18 at the Forest Glen Apartments.
The manager told police someone had broken into the maintenance shed and stolen a Speedrooter drain cleaner worth more than $1,900.
The second warrant was for a burglary that occurred in the early morning hours of June 14 at Parkway Villas.
Again, a maintenance building was broken into and $9,400 worth of tools were reported stolen.
The third warrant was for a burglary that occurred in the late evening of June 22 or the early morning of June 23 at Park Place Apartments.
An apartment that appeared to be used as a storage facility was broken into and several air conditioner units and various tools worth $750 were stolen.
The last warrant was for a burglary that occurred at around 5 a.m. on June 23 at the Wichita Ridge Apartments.
A shed was broken into and various tools worth $640, including an electric grinder and weed eater, were stolen.
Jones was originally arrested for an early morning burglary at Stone Ridge Community West in which he is accused of stealing three items.
Jones remains in the Wichita Co. Jail on a combined $125,000 bond.